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Pankaj Advani


Pankaj Arjan Advani is India's leading billiards and snooker player. With 8 World in billiards and snooker titles in his kitty, he is slated as one of. the best all-round billiards and snooker player India has ever produced. In the year 2000 he won his first Indian Junior Billiards Championship title and then went on to win it again in 2001 and 2003. In 2003 he won the India Junior Snooker Championship which made him the youngest National Snooker champion. Advani made his debut at the Asian Billiards Championship 2002 and went on to win the International Billiards and Snooker Federation (IBSF) World Snooker Championship 2003 in China at the age of 18 years. He also won the IBSF World Billiards Championship in 2005 at Qawra, Malta. In 2005, he achieved a "grand double" by winning both the time and point formats at the IBSF World Billiards Championships 2005, and he repeated the same feat at the 2008 Championships held in Bangalore, India. Pankaj Advani won the World Professional Billiards title (WPBSA) held at Leeds in 2009. In April 2012, Advani won the Asian Billiards Championship in Goa, India to become the first person in the history of the sport to win 5 Asian Titles. In October 2012, Advani won his seventh World Billiards title, comprehensively beating defending champion Mike Russell in the final. Pankaj Advani won the World Snooker Championship conducted by IBSF in 2003 in China. Pankaj has won everything there is to be won in the world of Billiards, a feat achieved by no other.  
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